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Thread: Baleigh's New Favorite Meal

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    I think she must have eaten it 4 of the 5 days we were here!
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    It looks delicious, what it is












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    Is Baleigh becoming a veggie?

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    Yummy!

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    i like the look of that! where is it?














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    John, she hasn't "announced" anything, but she certainly prefers fruits, cheeses and salads over most meats.

    Brit, we were able to purchase it on a daily basis at our resort (Pop Century) using a QS credit. The only minor "drawback" was that it was only the bento box and a drink (no dessert) but at $12 (plus a drink) we still felt it was a great deal! (And the three chocolate covered strawberries were AWESOME!)




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    Oh...and also, the first time she had it we were at Aunt Gerties in DHS!




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    The chocolate covered strawberries are that price alone. Well almost!







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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 294920
    John, she hasn't "announced" anything, but she certainly prefers fruits, cheeses and salads over most meats.

    Brit, we were able to purchase it on a daily basis at our resort (Pop Century) using a QS credit. The only minor "drawback" was that it was only the bento box and a drink (no dessert) but at $12 (plus a drink) we still felt it was a great deal! (And the three chocolate covered strawberries were AWESOME!)
    i wouldn't have a problem with that either, sometimes you eat too much there! Would be nice if they rolled it out things like that to other venues














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    yumm!





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